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  • Shrewsbury House, east elevation.
  • North elevation
  • Shrewsbury House, Summer House
  • Shrewsbury House Entrance Hall
  • Shrewsbury House, ornamental fireplace
  • Shrewsbury House, plaster ceiling rose
  • Shrewsbury House, Green Garth ARP Building
  • Shrewsbury House Cold War civil defence building

Shrewsbury House

Built by Fred Hulse and Sons

place
Shrewsbury House, Bushmoor Crescent, SE18 3EG
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Family activities during open house, Disabled access, Toilets

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Falconwood, Blackheath, Woolwich Arsenal
directions_bus
Bus routes: 486, 89, 244
Built in 1923, to replace its 18C namesake, Grade ll listed Shrewsbury House is the focus of the Shrewsbury Park Estate conservation area, built 1934-1936 by John Laing and Sons. Two Civil Defence centres are within the grounds.

Design

Original design
Built by Fred Hulse and Sons, 1923
Type
Community/cultural
Period
Inter-war